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Send greetings for every holiday or celebration of the
year! We've got greetings for all sorts of holidays, big and small.
Let your friends know that you're thinking about them by posting a
holiday comment for them, or you can post them on your profile too!
Halloween Comments, Memes and Glitter
Graphics. Trick or Treat!
Celebrate Halloween with these
cool comments. All of the witches, ghosts, spooks and other
Halloween spirits will love these great comments!
Send the spirit of Halloween to all of your friends on Facebook,
Twitter, Pinterest or any other friend site or blog. Post these
Happy Halloween MySpace Comments and Glitter Graphics in your
profile or blog or send them to your friends.
So send Halloween greetings to your friends and give them a
virtual trick or treat!
It's time to "Fall Back!"
Daylight savings time ends Sunday at 2am, so don't forget to set
your clocks back one hour, and also don't forget to send your
friends one of these great glitter graphics reminding them that
Daylight Savings Time is Ending.
Thanksgiving Greetings, Memes, Comments and
Thanksgiving is celebrated in
the United States on the 4th Thursday in November. The holiday
is a traditional celebration of the fall harvest, and is
celebrated with a feast, usually featuring a turkey dinner.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with
these cool comments. Happy Turkey Day! Happy Thanksgiving.
Give thanks by sending one of
these cool comments to all of your friends on Facebook Fubar,
Twitter etc. Post them in your profile or blog or send them to
your friends. We also have Thanksgiving comments and glitters in
Spanish: Feliz Día de Acción de Gracias
World AIDS Day Comments and Glitter Graphics.
World AIDS Day, December 1, is
a day set aside to raise awareness and take action against the
world wide epidemic of the AIDS virus. Here you will find red
ribbons appropriate for posting on FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest
or any other website or blog
Chanukah, or the Festival
of Lights is celebrated by Jewish people around the world. The
celebration begins on the 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev
(a date that varies on the western calendar from year to year).
Hanukkah means "dedication",
and the festival celebrates the rededication of the Jerusalem
Temple after the following the victory of the Maccabees over the
The celebration commemorates
miracle of the oil where, according to the Talmud, at the
re-dedication of the temple, there was only enough olive oil to
keep the eternal flame burning for one day, but miraculously,
the oil lasted for 8 days... long enough for more oil to be
pressed. Jews celebrate the festival of lights by lighting a
candle on a Menorah each night during the eight days of the
celebration. A traditional holiday game for children is the
Dreidel, a spinning four-sided top with a different Hebrew
letter inscribed on each side. The letters form an acronym for
the Hebrew words which translated mean "A great miracle happened
Christmas is a Christian
celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. But today, it is
celebrated throughout the world as both a religious and a
secular celebration. Christmas is celebrated with lighted and
decorated Christmas trees, presents, dinners and gatherings with
family and friends. Christmas symbols include Christmas trees,
holiday wreaths, angels, gifts, candy canes, cookies, doves,
Santa Clause, Reindeer, sleighs, and colored lights.
December 25th is fast
approaching and it's time to celebrate the season with these
Merry Christmas and holiday graphics and greetings! These
Christmas comments are perfect for posting on FaceBook, Twitter,
Pinterest, or any other friend site or blog.
Kwanzaa is an African American
and Pan African celebration observed throughout the world from
December 26-January 1 each year. Kwanzaa is a celebration of
African culture as well as family, community and culture. It was
first created in 1966 as part of the black nationalist movement
of the 1960's but has since been embraced by people of many
heritages. The word Kwanzaa is derived from the Swahili phrase
matunda ya kwanza, meaning first fruits of the harvest. Kwanzaa
is celebrated with feasts, drumming and lighting of the kinara
Year. Ring in the new year with these greetings!
Celebrate snow with these winter comments.
Christmas. Send holiday
cheer with these Christmas comments
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